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." >> panic in russia today as a flaming meteor explodes with the force of an atomic bomb. glass shattering everywhere, walls coming down and 1,000 people hurt, including at least 204 children. in what scientists call a crazy coincidence it happened on the same day they expected another larger asteroid to have a very close call, relatively, with earth. more on that in a moment. first the wild scene in russia. the white hot meteor lighting up the sky at speeds topping 35,000 miles an hour. the traffic camera gives a sense of the blinding light. it's a wonder the drivers were able to stay on the road. the scene creating such chaos some thought it was the end of the world. that was only the beginning. the light sent curious people running to the windows. witnesses described an eerie silence then boom. >> [screaming] >> meet meteorite exploding in the sign sending an atomic shock wave across town. look at how much power it packed. surveillance cameras catch the explosion blowing out a garage door, another camera caught an office window blowing out. that happened over and over in town. watch aga
court, and that means that the u.s., france, britain, russia, and china, have to agree, and what's going to be a problem maybe is what will russia do? bay they traditionally have been tied to the current syrian government. what will china do? so it's still not a done deal. but very powerful u.n. investigator, karla del pointe, win after and mill lows victim indicted. >> shep even if you were able to get the russians on board and they would say, yes, war crimes on both sides, what does that do to stop the killing? >> well well, the internal court has a great holly pulpit. it doesn't have the able to stop the killings. that's up to the security council the permanent members, and my hope, shep, is that -- i would like to see -- i think u.s. policy has been good, but maybe the time has come to help the other side, the opposition groups, the rebels, with some weaponry, some training. >> shepard: is that what you're advocating? >> i think we need to step up to that plate now. i think the atrocities are so huge, there's talk of chemical weapons being used. i just think the time has come to turn
states. it's like the cold war when russia used to saber rattle, and they do it for internal consumption to prop up the people, because they have nothing. they're poor. and this is a distraction, the only distraction -- now that the super bowl is over, this is the only distraction they have. >> shepard: there is anyone around here who might be concerned for any reason about this video? reporter: what they have done in the past when they rattled sabers like this, they do test missiles. so there could be a missile test coming up. still, they're long on rhetoric and short on substance, thank god. >> shepard: does their rhetoric tell us anything about their difficult situation in country for their own people? >> it's largely designed for their own people and designed to build up kim jong-un, the boy king, 12-year-old -- whatever age he is -- to build him up to show his macho against the united states. so far, they've been long on propaganda, short on substance, and hopefully that will continue. >> shepard: a place with one cash crop, missiles, and no food, and i'm guessing if they didn't hav
and mission control was able to communicate only with the iss crew as it flew over russia. nasa fixed the problem in a few hours. before the outage an astronaut on board the station station actually tweeted and i quote, good morning earth. today we transition the space station's main computers to a new software load. nothing could possibly go wrong. >>> security experts have traced more than 100 coordinated computer hacks against u.s. organizations. they say all signs point to the chinese military as the guilty party. from one building, think of what is at risk here. we will lay it out for you ... next. bloo >>> a u.s. security claims its traced the most extensive cyber attacks in recent history to one chinese military unit in shanghai. according to the virginia based firm, it's likely operating out of a 12-story building of. hundreds of employees, breached more than 100 american organizations ranging from it and telecommunications to aerospace and energy. chinese officials strongly deny the accusations, even said we're doing it to them. u.s. officials wouldn't comment on the specific
pushed him on that, shep. he said six months if iran and russia back down with their support for syria and the assad regime and it would help if the u.s. kicked up their support. those are two big ifs and it's still a very long and bloody conflict. back to you, shep. >> greg palkot along the border. thank you. >>> a horrific crash involving 27 cars and trucks has killed three. at least a dozen others reportedly hurt in a fiery pileup on i-16 in georgia. it's the main highway that connects savannah to macon and officials say seven tractor trailers were involved including a fuel tanker that exploded as those cars slammed into each other in foggy conditions this morning. piles of burned and twisted metal cover the roadway in the aftermath. an investigation as you might imagine is underway. we're told poor visibility likely had a large part in it. >>> a brewing storm system could dump up to two feet of snow in some areas of the northeast. our meteorologist janice dean is in the fox extreme weather center. wow. this looks nasty. >> are you ready for some snow, shepard? >> no. i'm trying to
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